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 Hutto city officials Thursday unveiled plans to build a $64 million, 2.5 million square foot business park.

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The City of Hutto will hold a Special Election on Saturday, June 10, 2017, for to fill the current vacancy in City Council, Place 6. The filing period for a place on the ballot began Thursday, April 6, 2017, and will run through 5:00 p.m. Monday, May 1, 2017. 

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The rapid growth that has engulfed the rest of Williamson County is finally moving east.

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The city of Hutto issued a press release Tuesday announcing a press conference to be held Thursday at 6 p.m. at city hall that will announce a new business deal creating a 2.5 million square feet business park.

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Beginning this week, The Hutto News will be a part of the Wednesday edition of the Taylor Press.

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Come on to downtown Hutto this Saturday for the annual Hutto Crawfish Festival! True to its Texas roots, the event showcases a lineup of country music talents that provide live entertainment throughout the day. Featuring mountains of fresh boiled crawfish for guests to sample, a “peel & …

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William Edwards will assume duties of the office March 20, coming from a similar position he held with the Pflugerville ISD since 2008. Prior to that Edwards had been as the district’s new Chief of Police. Edwards, who will officially begin his duties on March 20, comes to the district from …

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The city of Hutto issued a public announcement Monday morning that Mayor Pro Tem and Councilman Michael J. Smith has resigned his Place 4 council seat effective immediately.

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A new addition to Samms’ shop, Life’s a Gift, will be in the works soon and open for business in the next few months or so. For a long time, it has been Samm’s dream to one day own her own tea room, and her dream is soon to become a reality.

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When people say that Hutto expect growth, they mean it. Downtown Hutto will have in an influx of construction to the old buildings for new businesses to make way. The newest one to open is 10th Collection, which is an event rental business.

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A common misperception about coffee, is that it’s bad for you. I beg to differ.

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Hutto ISD has something else to put on their resume, they are a finalist for HEB’s excellence in education award. Out of the whole state, HEB picks three school districts to be in the finals and each show off their schools and the accomplishments they have.

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In honor of civil rights hero, Martin Luther King Jr., Hutto ISD will conduct a march for the public to join and show their support. The march is set to take place on Jan. 28 and will try to fill the Hutto High School stadium for the celebration.

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How to eat before and after a workout is extremely important to your health, because food fuels your workouts. So depending on the workout you are doing, the food you eat can help your workout.

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Due to the continuous growth that CTX Ability Sports gets in participation, they have a need to expand their organization. They are will be nationwide soon, in different locations across the US. John Lorek, the founder of the organization has volunteers in various states to help him in his j…

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Jan. 23 marks the day that HEB opened its first ever Optical Store and just so happened to be in Hutto. Many officials were there including council members Anne Cano and Mayor Pro-Tem Smith and many others.

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Alan Ray Moreno, 52, of Round Rock, passed away January 22, 2017.

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PFLUGERVILLE – The Hutto Hippos were unable to build on last week's upset of Georgetown, falling 59-49 on the road Friday against the Connally Cougars.

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Strangely enough weight loss shouldn’t involve a scale. If you want to lose weight, then do it.

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The newest thing to come to Hutto Independent School District this year will be Mayor Doug Gaul’s hope for a District of Innovation Plan. This plan will help students better prepare for college courses and give teacher more flexibility in their schedule.

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Hutto effectively uses social media and it works! The city has many pages on Facebook as well as twitter pages. There are posts daily on both social media tools, and many followers!

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All six mayors from the surrounding towns came together to discuss issues facing the region such as impending growth, transportation and 84th legislative session.

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Residents of Hutto have been talking about fences lately, and it has not been positive. On social media there seems to be a trend about people tired of their fences breaking and falling apart. Some blame the initial builders and some blame the weather.

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The Rotary club of Hutto has donated $100 to each school in the Hutto Independent School District (HISD), totaling $900. The official check was given on Jan. 5 at 1 PM at the administration building. Director of the Hutto Education Foundation, Kristen Smith, opened up the floor and then intr…

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Eating healthy can be hard. It’s an ongoing battle that can leave you feeling defeated and hopeless.

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Instead of opening the workshop discussion with the proposed $53 million bond, new City Manager, Odis Jones opened with his outlook for “2035 Strategic Guide and Capital Improvements Plan.”

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Losing a pet can devastate someone. However, when you have a dedicated team of people helping to find them, you can sigh a little relief that your pet will be returned safely.

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Looking to join a club all about the arts, Hutto Art Today (HAT) is a great club for that.

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How many of us have made New Year’s Resolutions and they haven’t really panned out?

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Perhaps the biggest buzz around Hutto, is the growth progress that the city has had over the past several years. Hutto may be a small town, but its changing façade has had people moving in rapidly.

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Many of us were so excited to see that improvements were coming to what is now known as Chris Kelley Blvd. However, many of us were not excited to see how long construction has been going so far. So far the projected end date has been delayed twice.

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Welcome to 2017, Hutto! I’m excited about what the new year will bring for all of us. As we look forward to all of the possibilities and opportunities, I would like to share some thoughts for everyone to consider. To me, the new year represents an occasion to reflect on past accomplishments …

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As Hutto's 53-44 victory over the Georgetown Eagles proved, anybody can be beaten on any given night in District 19-5A.

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GEORGETOWN – Georgetown played up to its No. 5 ranking in the latest Texas Girls Coaches Association state poll Tuesday night, staying undefeated in District 19-5A with an 82-16 shellacking of the Hutto Lady Hippos.

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Thunderstorms postponed both of Hutto's soccer matches with Pflugerville Connally Tuesday evening.

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Three straight losses have put the Hutto Lady Hippos four games back of the fourth and final playoff spot in District 19-5A.

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Tristen Burks led Hutto to a huge road win at East View last Tuesday, but the Hippos are beginning to slip out of the playoff hunt after consecutive District 19-5A losses to Rouse and Cedar Park.

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The Hutto Hippos rallied from a goal down Tuesday night to open the 2017 season – and District 19-5A play – with 2-1 win over the Georgetown Eagles.

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